Tool/Simplifier of math expressions. Simplification is a mathematical process aiming to rewrite an expression with the minimal number of items and variables.

Math Expression Simplifier - dCode

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The simplification of a mathematical calculation, consists, as its name indicates, in modifying the writing of a mathematical expression (in a more complex original format) towards a simplified format, facilitating reading or the continuation of calculations.

To simplify an equation, or an algaebrical calculation, dCode simplifier expands or factorize items in the expressions in order to reduce the mathematical expression into a simpler form.

__Example:__ $$ \frac{x^2-4}{\frac{(x-2) \left(x^2+4 x+4\right)}{x^2-x-6}} = x-3 $$

dCode cal also realize the factorisation of mathematical expressions

__Example:__ $$ 5x+5 = 5(x+1) $$

To simplify an equation or simplify an expression, it is necessary to work on each side of the equals sign.

The remarkable identities allow a factorization of the mathematical expression and thus a simplification of its writing.

__Example:__ $ (x-1)(x+1) = x^2-1 $

dCode simplifies algebra expressions with radicals (nth root), for example by taking out the squares under the root. Square roots can be indicated with the `sqrt()` function.

__Example:__ $$ \sqrt{8}+\sqrt{2} = 3\sqrt{2} $$

dCode calculator create irreducible fractions (see gcd) and reduce them to the same denominator: their lowest common multiple (see lcm).

__Example:__ $$ \frac{15}{8} - \frac{2}{3} = \frac{29}{24} $$

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